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http://zknives.com/knives/steels/steelgraph.php?nm=AEB-L%2CAUS10%2CCPM145%2C440C&ni=878,875,,420&hrn=1&gm=0

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sorry... i was posting from crappy internet connection in mexico... a lot of people talk about how aeb-l is a special steel on paper, but as you can see, its not... its great heat treating that makes it something.  Aus-10 has higher carbon for example, and can reach higher hrc.  At then end of the day, its all about HT.

 

Anyways, thats why i posted the chart i posted.

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sorry... i was posting from crappy internet connection in mexico... a lot of people talk about how aeb-l is a special steel on paper, but as you can see, its not... its great heat treating that makes it something.  Aus-10 has higher carbon for example, and can reach higher hrc.  At then end of the day, its all about HT.

 

Anyways, thats why i posted the chart i posted.

 

 

I was under the assumption (not sure why) that AEB-L had higher C content. Now I learned something today.

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